Vancouver restaurant serves up pot pizza

Mark Klokeid, co owner of Mega ill cafe brushes pot-infused oil on the pizza crust at his...

Mark Klokeid, co owner of Mega ill cafe brushes pot-infused oil on the pizza crust at his restaurant in Vancouver, B.C. on Wednesday April 2, 2014. Mega Ill Cafe let's you add pot, marijuana to your pizza for $10. If you're 18 and have a cannabis card. Carmine Marinelli/QMI AGENCY

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Cutting out the munchies middle man, a Vancouver restaurant is serving up pizza with pot already in it. The establishment doubles as a "vapour lounge," where customers can smoke their own.

"Mega Ill is for the patients and owned by patients," the restaurant's website says.

At the "cannabis-friendly" pizza joint, crusts are made with whole wheat hemp hearts, and anyone with a prescription for medical marijuana can also get their pie high, drizzled with pot-infused oil. Minors are not allowed in.

Vaporizer are provided for use at the tables, allowing customers to get baked while they wait for their pizza to bake.


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